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View Poll Results: Which Charity should MHF Support in 2012
Alzheimer UK 11 11.22%
Bloodbikes 2 2.04%
Breast Cancer Care 3 3.06%
British Heart Foundation 1 1.02%
British Legion 1 1.02%
Cancer Research UK 24 24.49%
Children in Need 4 4.08%
Children’s Liver Disease Foundation 0 0%
Cinnamon Trust 0 0%
Clic Sergent 4 4.08%
Cystic Fibrosis Trust 2 2.04%
Diabetes UK 5 5.10%
Dogs Trust 4 4.08%
Hearing dogs for the Deaf 2 2.04%
Help For Heroes 6 6.12%
Jo's Trust 0 0%
MacMillan 3 3.06%
MS Society 0 0%
Ovacome 1 1.02%
Ovarian Cancer trust 1 1.02%
Poppy Appeal 0 0%
RADAR 0 0%
RSPCA 2 2.04%
Spinal Injuries Association 0 0%
Spinal Research 0 0%
SSAFA 6 6.12%
The Air Ambulance 16 16.33%
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post #11 of 57 (permalink) Old 06-01-2012, 11:43
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I have backed my original selection of Bloodbikes as they so such stirling work!

So many good causes on the list I have to say......

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Unfortunately the corollary of applying the principle of return on investment too strongly would mean mandatory euthanasia on retirement Dave
....... and what a way to encourage people to, very happily, keep working

And with no pensionners, MHF subscriptions would plummet

In fact the whole subject of pensions would be solved - now there's an interesting thought.
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I have happily made my vote from the list. however i am surprised that there is no small local charity listed who would benefit most from us.

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I've gone for Breast Cancer Care because I have had an almost obsessive interest in breasts since I was about 8 when I saw my first real one, that I remember. What a day that was. I knew then there was a God.
Pusser! Naughty boy - you made me spill my tea

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" since I was about 8 when I saw my first real one"

Now THAT explains a LOT!

We all know breast is best.

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UncleNorm, it's the X-axis scale in deaths per annum in the UK alone I find saddening.

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Yes, indeed, Dave. Very depressing.
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" since I was about 8 when I saw my first real one"

Now THAT explains a LOT! :-)

We all know breast is best.

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There is a downside. I prayed so hard to get hands on experience, (so to speak) with breasts when I was younger; any size would do; and my prayers have finally been answered in my retirement.

By the Grace of the Lord he has seen fit to give me my own pair which are growing at an alarming rate.

As Mum said. God works in mysterious ways. :cry:
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Can someone tell me what the Cinnamon Trust and Jo's Trust are please? I want to use my vote wisely but need to know who these Trusts are before I can.
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Can someone tell me what the Cinnamon Trust and Jo's Trust are please? I want to use my vote wisely but need to know who these Trusts are before I can.
here's the original suggestions -

cinnamon trust https://www.motorhomefacts.com/ftopic...2.html#1160032

jo's trust https://www.motorhomefacts.com/ftopic...3.html#1170453

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I thought it time that Children got our charity quids.
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